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A scarce WW1 - U.S.Army 29th Infantry Division patch.
Three piece construction in wool.
Measures 2 15/16"
Formed in 1917, the division deployed to France as a part of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. Called up for service again in World War II, the division's 116th Regiment, attached to the First Infantry Division, was in the first wave of troops ashore during Operation Overlord, the landings in Normandy, France. It supported a special Ranger unit tasked with clearing strong points at Omaha Beach
A scarce British made U.S. Army Officer cap badge,
made with typical loop fittings with split pin. Small size.
Measures 2" x 1 3/4"
This one is a scarce U.S. Cavalry Helmet Plate, bearing the number 7 which is attached via two screw fitting, the fitting lug on the left back is missing but retains the right and the lower lugs.
General Custer's 7th Cavalry
Large size measures 5" x 4 1/4" Wide
A good pin back early version.
A good welll struck collar for an enlisted in the Texas N.G. Screw back fitting.
An enlisted Quartermaster collar badge, screw back measures 1"
A good U.S. National Guard collar badge, pin back.
Measures 1" x 5/8"
A set of Officer's collar insignia, comprising of the Engineers Castle badge in pin back and the U.S. letters also pin back. These are English made pieces although not maker marked, good quality strikes.
Castle measures 1 1/4" across x 7/8" tall with the U.S. letters 1 1/4" x 5/8"
Set of enlisted collars, solid quality strike both are screw back. measures 1"
Two American Officer Transport Corp collar insignias, pin backs, quality made pieces.
Small size measures 3/4" across. Large measures 1" across
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